Renaissance Naples Hotel Mediterraneo was created in 1958 and, since then, all the choices have been characterized by he aim at excellence. The planning was made by Ferdinando Chiaromonte, First Italian Architect; today, with the same attention to the choice of the partners, the hotel has been carefully restructured, and has been given back is remarkable role in hotelerie of the city of Naples.
Warm and welcoming, The Renaissance Naples offers its guests an elegant atmosphere in an unique design. The comfort of its rooms, the fine decorations of the hall and the amazing rooftop view over the bay of Naples make it a perfect place to stay for all travellers, relished by the delicious tastes of the Italian cuisine of its restaurant or by the superb drinks at its Downtown bar. Renaissance Naples...where to experience Mediterranean hospitality.
My wife and I stayed here two nights and we were extremely pleased with our visit. The service is outstanding, and the location is great. We highly recommend. When we arrived, we asked if it were... more »
We booked a family trip in February of 2020 with a non-refundable fee (keep in mind this was before country-wide shut downs and before it was abundantly clear the travel restrictions and... more »
The hotel is always our choice when visiting Naples. You can always be assured of a warm welcome and any special requests made during booking will have been dealt with. Location is quite near the... more »
The Renaissance Naples Hotel Mediterraneo is located in a prestigious position in the heart of the capital Parthenopean, a few steps from the famous Piazza del Plebiscito and Via Chiaia, the Royal Palace and Castelnuovo, 100 metres from the port of Naples (transfer to Capri, Ischia and Procida Sorrento), 10 minutes from the railway station in Piazza Garibaldi, 15 minutes from the International Capodichino and only 10 minutes from the main highways nodes.
The location is ideal for tourism business: within a radius of 500 metres arise municipal offices and financial institutions and the commercial center of Via Roma, but also for leisure tourism, thanks to its proximity with the elegant Via Chiaia and Filangieri, the Galleria Umberto I, Teatro San Carlo, the Royal Palace and the port, where you can reach, with boats and hydrofoils, all locations and the islands of suggestive Gulf of Naples.